Business Automation and Software Blog

What Can I Do with a SYSPRO ERP Chatbot?

Posted by Robert Baran on Wed, Oct 07, 2020 @ 11:00 AM

ERPs already deliver process automation across industries, organizations, even departments. These systems are designed to depend on recurring events, static rules, and structured data. Because of this setup, often unstructured data cannot be automatically processed and must be manually entered.

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Topics: ERP chatbot, SYSPRO chatbot

5 Accounting Management Tips for the Next Normal

Posted by Robert Baran on Wed, Sep 23, 2020 @ 11:00 AM

Over the past several months of the first waves of disruption due to COVID-19, CFOs and finance teams have worked nonstop to lead organizations through the immediate crisis. But while we’ve flown through the initial turbulence, there are indications that more dips and bumps are coming.

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Topics: accounting management

Positioning Manufacturing and Distribution for the Next Normal

Posted by Robert Baran on Wed, Sep 16, 2020 @ 11:00 AM

For the first time in modern manufacturing and distribution industries, demand, supply, and workforce availability have been impacted globally at the same time. Every major manufacturer has experienced disruptions across the supply chain for parts and raw materials, much of which has been driven by recurring volatility of supply from Asia.

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Topics: manufacturing and distribution

7 Tips to Easily Manage Cash Flow Using Accounting Software

Posted by Robert Baran on Wed, Sep 09, 2020 @ 11:00 AM

One of the best ways to ensure your small business’ success is through well-managed finances. For many small businesses, financial success is balanced on a fine line between accounts receivable and accounts payable. While a delicate balance to maintain, businesses could practice it and be largely successful—at least, until 2020.

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Topics: accounting software

4 Steps to Procurement Resilience in Supply Chain Management

Posted by Robert Baran on Wed, Sep 02, 2020 @ 11:00 AM

For so long, companies have placed efficiency at the center of strategy, focusing strategic thinking on “just in time.” This has meant running operations as close to full capacity as possible and ordering from suppliers in ways that tightly align with production schedules in order to minimize costs.

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Topics: supply chain management

Do You Have the Right Manufacturing Technology to Prepare for What’s Next?

Posted by Robert Baran on Wed, Aug 26, 2020 @ 11:00 AM

The pandemic has changed so much of how businesses operate, from pushing the majority of employees to remote work to changing technology priorities. According to one recent survey, nearly three quarters of those surveyed identified digital transformation projects that were implemented within weeks during the pandemic rather than the months or years it would have taken prior to 2020. This rapid change has made it abundantly clear that being agile and embracing digital transformation is now an absolute necessity.

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Topics: manufacturing technology

Manufacturers: Use Business Intelligence Solutions to Tell Your Story

Posted by Robert Baran on Wed, Aug 19, 2020 @ 11:00 AM

Not every person is going to be a numbers person. When it comes to building a business, that can be a good thing: you need diversely talented individuals for all kinds of roles within your company. But it can also make things difficult when it comes time to communicate data to others. Insights from data need to be communicated to others and explained in a way that inspires both action and change. If colleagues can’t grasp the significance of an insight, it won’t drive value.

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Topics: business intelligence solutions

3 Easy Steps to Improving Warehouse Operations Efficiency

Posted by Robert Baran on Wed, Aug 12, 2020 @ 11:00 AM

Already a struggle in the Amazon Prime era, warehouse inefficiency has become an even more tenuous make-or-break part of business and customer retention in 2020. Customers will easily abandon ship if they experience longer than anticipated waits or other inconveniences with their order process. Inefficiency can also lead to wasted labor. In fact, US warehouses have an average of 6.9 weeks of wasted motion per year. That’s close to seven weeks of labor time!

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Topics: warehouse operations

Why Now is the Time to Rethink Your Accounting & Reporting Software & Processes

Posted by Robert Baran on Wed, Aug 05, 2020 @ 11:00 AM

While businesses of all shapes and sizes have experienced significant disruption over the past few months, executives are taking initiative to learn from these experiences. This slow emergence from the pandemic is an opportunity to radically rethink both business and operating models, and look for new ideas, technologies, and capabilities that can drive the path to recovery.

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Topics: accounting and reporting software

Clean Your Data for Better ERP Software ROI

Posted by Robert Baran on Wed, Jul 22, 2020 @ 11:00 AM

Spring cleaning took on new importance in the face of the pandemic crisis, with new reopening guidelines for cleaning and disinfecting public spaces, workplaces, businesses, schools, and homes. Any location that hosted someone who was infected or presumed infected was encouraged to take extra care when cleaning and disinfecting.

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Topics: ERP Software